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who or who the dead body was inside that cabin in big bear. it's not confirmed by lapd sources, who will have the final say on there. we don't know how long it will take place to find out what went on. we know the cab sin still smolderring -- smouldering and hot. >>reporter: investigators say it's still too hot to go in. >> it's not safe for them. they believe there's live ammunition and it's still smouldering. >>reporter: a single shot was heard inside. a man believed to be dorner never came out. law enforcement swarmed the argue after a home invasion and car jacking by a man matching
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dorner's description. that is when the bullets started firing. carter evans found himself in the thick of it. two deputies were shot in the exchange. one of them died. dorner had been on run since last week, when he alledgedly shot and killed two people, including a police officer. he had promised revenge since being fired. >> what i'm thankful is we don't have to go through the trials, appeal is and have to set through 25 years of appeals on death row. >>reporter: now we heard reporter carter evans getting pinned down, in effect, by that gun fire as it took place this afternoon between dorner and deputies. we're going to take a moment to look at more of that of exactly
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how that felt earlier this afternoon. >> i hear some screening. >> get down. >> authorities have told us we need to stay low for our safety. homes ago we were caught in the middle of this gun fire between christopher dorner and authorities. we're told two deputies have been hit by that fun fire, their condition unknown right now. take a look on the other side. you can see the s.w.a.t. team just a little bit down the road. they have dorner cornered in a cabin right now. they're preparing to move in but it is the unknown exactly how they're going to go about that at this point. time is on authorities' side. shorts have been heard inside the building. we haven't heard gun fire for some time. >>reporter: we want to mention once again it is not official as to who is inside that cabin as it burned to the ground. we are all waiting for tomorrow
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morning to begin sifting through those ashes. there will be multiple law enforcement agencies do so. lapd officers remain on tactical alert tonight and are waiting on confirmation before they call off the alert. live near big bear, david jackson, k pix 5. >> a lot has gone nonthat neighborhood today. you mentioned the two deputies, one wounded one losing his life in that gun battle. are they letting any of the residents back in? we saw lines of cars all afternoon. is anyone being allowed back? >>reporter: they have, ken. at first they weren't. it's important for people to remember a lot of people live up
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there. they have a population between 8 and 10,000 people total. traffic was backed up for a time. the we're standing on one of the main rods. they have opened it up to residents. if the search goes on tomorrow, it may be tough if they have bystander in the area but that remains to be seen. >> david jackson sorting live. thank you davis. a bizarre discovery has policed stumped. they found a woman's remains. it started with a man walking around town with a skull. >>reporter: it must have a site, a man walking around, even
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thoughing off his recent discovery. >> he was going everywhere, all over the place like i've got skull right here. >>reporter: in downtown b brisbaine, it's the talk of the town. joeseph was showing off a human skull he found. >> she's a nice guy except for the skull thing. >>reporter: he refused to give up the skull when confronted by cops. police say he ended up hurting two officers as they tried to arrest him. >> they tell him to put down the skull, a brett tip reasonable arrest. he's like, no i found it. it's my skull. i don't know what happened after that. >>reporter: two months later after he gets out of jail, he agrees to lead investigators to this property where he finds the
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skull. the cops find the rest of the remains. >>reporter: we tried to talk to joe but a man waving a large wrench stood in our way. we decided not turnen to lights. >> seriously get out of here. he doesn't want to talk to anybody. seriously. just go. >> all right. that's joe vasquez report. in other news, president obama says we have cleared away the rubble of crisis but we need to finish the job. he delivered his state of the union speech tonight and wants to give raise. >>reporter: that's right. on the economy the president called for a federal minimum of wage of $9 an hour and urged immigration reform and announced a draw-down in afghanistan that
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would bring half the troops home. perhaps the most emotional moment of night, when president obama spoke of victims of gun violence. >>reporter: the most arousing ovation of the time came as president obama introduced haydia's parents. >>reporter: their daughter a 15-year-old majorette, who marched at the inauguration, was done down . tonight, president obama urged a gun control vote in her name and the names of others. >> gabby giffords deserves a vote. the families of new town deserve a vote. the families of aurora deserve a
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vote. the families of tucson and blacksburg and other communities deserve a vote. >>reporter: a poll show that though many meshes support some form of in -- americans support some form of gun control the importance of it pails. >> only 4% of the electorate sees gun control as the most important issue. >>reporter: facing a congress deeply divided with on an assault weapons ban joe says the president closed with politics and passion. >> i think the president tried to leave with passion that a lot of voters are felt. >>reporter: following the president's speech, its was the republican's turn. marco rubio delivered his party's response. >> i heard tonight his solution to virtually every problem we
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face is for washington to tax more borrow more, and spend more. >> the gop made history tonight by having senator marco rubio deliver part of the republican response in spanish. coming up, a kpix 5 exclusive investigation. horses auctioned off for slaughter. what rescuer are doing to save them. the cruise from hell. we hear from passengers stranded without toilets or hot food. forget tuesday. which two days are really the cheapest for buying plane tickets?
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protected by law. but we discovered, many are headed to dinner tables overseas! it' california horses are supposed to be protected by law. but we discovered many are headed to dinner tables overseas. it's happening to thoroughbreds. tonight, in the kpix 5 the fight to save them from becoming food. >> they're off. >>reporter: it's race day at golden gate field. horses that win here can go on to make million and are treated like royalty. >> the horses, you can see have access to food all day long and they're stalls are cleaned twice a day. >>reporter: liz helps run the
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stables for her husband bill, wasn't of the most prominent trainers at the track. she says it cost $70 a day to own a race hours. >> in order to pay their training bills they need to win every other win. >>reporter: if they don't win they're often snapped up by horse traders. >> if somebody is willing to take a horse site unseen, those are red flag. >>reporter: so-called killer buyers get the horses cheap ship them off or the slaughtered for horse meet. most all the horses shipped to slaughter last year were racehorses. a kpix investigation found thoroughbreds fresh off the track being sold. to avoid that fought, they
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contact a rescue cue group that works with the tract -- rescue group that works with the track. >> it's about 80% changing their mind set. they have tremendous heart and a tremendous work ethic. >>reporter: this is career ya keira. she raced when she was pregnant but found herself at an action. >>reporter: racetracks have institute nod-killd no -- instituted no-kill policies. >>reporter: this manager says as his track owners and trainers must sign a contract, promises that their horses will be retired safely, a policy critics say is hard to enhorse. >> they say my trainer found the
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horse a good home. >>reporter: she rescuers horses from auction and says some are unscrupulous. >> i don't think it's easy to get around it. if we found a trainer misusing a horse or not taking care of them properly they wouldn't will welcome here, absolutely would not be welcome. >>reporter: golden gate fields is one of the six tracks the owned that have a policy to prosect horses from going to auction. for a list of horse rescue and retirement groups and sources go to our website. the passengers on board a stranded cruise think in the gulf of mexico are slowly making
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their way home tonight. there are long lines for food, limited water and plastic bags being used as toilets. julie watts said passengers have one word, nasty. >>reporter: it was a cruise to paradise that's turn into a cruise from hell. >> there's sewage, raw sewage pretty bad. when you walk in the hall ways, you have to cover your face. we don't have any masks for breathing. >>reporter: sunday's fire, which disabled the cruise sip's engine knocked out many of the cabin toilets, hot water and air conditions. >> the rooms are very hot unless you have a balcony room. if you have an interior room like mine, it's dark in there and stuffy. >>reporter: many of the passengers are sleeping outside
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on mattresses and deck chairs. as for food. >> cold cuts, bred, a box of cereal and water and sodas. they opened the bar. >>reporter: fresh food is being brought aboard from other cruise ships. the cruise liner is being towed to alabama. >>reporter: the passengers whether get a free flight home, a full refund and a credit for another cruise if they're willing to take a chance. julie watts. well, you know all that talk about how it's cheap tore buy plane tickets on tuesday. >> it may be a myth. a study from texas a&m find that you can save more money if you
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buy your ticks over the weekend. prices were 5% cheaper on average than during the week. that theory, airlines' lower prices on saturday and sunday because they're betting that more people are booking vacations versus business trips and are many concerned about cost. >> there you go. neighbor where they're going there's rain. >> yeah. people coming here for the sun sign. forget about planes going out. planes coming here. we could hit 70 degrees by the end of the week. outside, we have mainly clear skies. down to about 46 degrees in san francisco. that will be the warm spot. 36 for concord. above freezing the. a couple of degrees milder than the last few nights. portland is getting rain.
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not for us. the big dome of high pressure. where it is centered will be key to getting up to 70 degrees. it's not going to happen tomorrow. low to mid-60s. not good weather to get outside. maybe you will get a chance to get outside thunderstorm. thursday and friday, that's when the winds turn. tiny change, big impact. now the wind is coming off the last. now we're going approach 70 degrees with the high pressure dome on thursday and friday. very mild by tend of the week. there's a pattern change coming. if you want rainfall, that will be next week. no rainfall through the holiday weekend, including monday. high tomorrow, 65. hoe about the mid-60s for
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redwood city. mid-60s for walnut creek and concord. 62 for kentfield. thursday, upper 60s to near 70s. friday upper 60s to near 70s. there is the official rain change. mid to upper 50s. >> it took me a while. >> two months of rain dancing. >> finally worked. >> we'll be right back.
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accused of targeting police officers reached a chilling climax today. sources tell cbs news: a charred body found recapping our top story, the man hunt for a fugitive ex-cop reached a chilling climax today. source ss tell us a charred body found in a cabin is believed to be christopher dorner's. police say it's too hot to the go inside. >> we're still on a holding pattern to search that. >> the cabin went up in flames
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after a shootout with law enforcement. one deputy was killed and one wounded. sources a gunshot was heard in the cabin. dennis has could remember with sports news and a special guest. >> we have a special guest coming up end can the warriors stop jeremy lin and the rockets?
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this is so sick! i can't believe your mom let you take her car out. this is awesome! whoooo! you're crazy. go faster! go faster! go faster! go faster! no! stop...stop... (mom) i raised my son to be careful...
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hi, sweetie. hi, mom. (mom) but just to be safe... i got a subaru. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru a subaru. " " jeremy lin and his roc last week, the warriors thought houston was showing them up by trying to set the nba's three-point record. >> you know, none of us were like we need to set up a play or anything to get another three. we didn't need disrespect. >> jeremy lin and the rockets expecting pay-back. the warriors will the first quarter lead but golden state played defense. chandler converts. the warriors gave up 59 points
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in the second half. houston had seven players in double figures. the warriors lose. chart scoreless against the predators in overtime. he didn't see the loose puck behind him and it got cleared. less than two minutes later collin wilson in. sharks lose they're sixth straight game. giants pitchers and catchers reported are today for spring training minus a big part of their 2010 world series players. wilson underwent surgery. the giants aren't going to give him a contract. romo will be the primary closer. >> if there's someone that can come back from something like that it's definitely him.
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he's not done. that man is a tremendous human being. he's my buddy, my homie. >> the brothers won in straight sets at the sap open. a little chest bump. carl got all the glory that gets the kpix 5 assist of the world. tyson will win 5 grand if it goes through the hole. can you believe that. number two villanova and cincinnati he flipped the ball
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over his head and beats it. number one at the dog show, a little dog was awarded the best dog. that little dog is 6-year-old and this one was once competed in the westminster dog show. >> like runner up to the runner up. >> maybes his annual debut. he will now be retired at 6:00 years old. >> we'll be right back.
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